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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1912.
THE MAUI NEWS
Forest Reserve Hearings.!
Altered nt the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui. Hawaii, a9 second-class matter
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The Businessmen's Ticket.
NATIONAL politics in Municipal affairs has been proven a failure
in so many instances that there really seems no argument in its
favor. 'Hie drawing of party lines such as has been the custom
throughout the u."'-fnt countries in this Territory, is bound to have
incorporated into the figa national issues, and national discussions.
When the agitation was started some time ago in Honolulu for a citi
zen's ticket to enter the field, and thus eliminate party feeling, it looked
to us as though at last the business interests of Honolulu were about to
get together, cast aside past political differences, and unite on men of
brains and integrity regardless of their political faith. If this had been
done, no combination of circumstances could long have deterred them
from accomplishing their purpose, and they would thus have rid the
city of Honolulu of the host of political scavengers who now feed from
the public trough." At the recent caucus of business men, however,
there was no evidence of any such desire, and the proposed citizens
ticket is nothing more or less than a faction of the republican party.
This sort of politics will bring nothing to those who father it, neither
can any good possibly result to the city and county of Honolulu.
Those back of the so-called citizens ticket may or may not have the
best interests of the city at heart, but whether they have or not does
not matter here. They have shot wide of the mark generally supposed
to be the object of such a movement, and instead of uniting the better
element of the electorate on a strictly non-partisan basis by putting up
men selected solely for their ability, integrity, and business sagacity,
they have gone ahead along the same old lines as have been followed
by the near sighted politicians of this Territory for years, and put up
men solely on their supposed vote getting ability. The result will not
be for the betterment of Honolulu, but the turning over of the county
for another two years to a bunch of incompetents.
With this issue of the Maui News, the present editor retires from
the editorship and management of the paper, and will be succeeded by
Mr. V. L Stevenson of Honolulu. The retiring editor wishes to thank
the people of Maui for their kind appreciation of his efforts. No doubt,
many times things have been said in the paper which have hurt, and
which perhaps might have been left unsaid, but we feel that at least
we have tried in all cases and at all times to be fair and unbiased, and
to work for the best interests of Maui. We leave with nothing but the
kindest of thoughts, and shall always retain a warm place in our heart
for, this the brightest, cleanest, and altogether most delightful shot in
all the world. Mr. Stevenson is well and favorably known among
the newspaper fraternity of the territory, and we bespeak for him that
same unfaltering loyalty which has always characterized the attitude
of the people of Maui towards the News.
The crusade started by the Maui Nkws two years ago against the
unsightly fences is bearing fruit. Many fences have come down. And
as the added beauty becomes apparent, many more will follow, and
then Wailuku will take on the appearance of a community of up-to-date,
The "Virginan" arrived on Wed
nesday morning and departed Fri
day evening. While here she took
on 2. 000 tons of sugar und 16,000
cases of canned pine-apples.
The "llonoluhin'1 is expected Sat
urday morning from Honolulu. She
will return to the metropolis late
Saturday night. The tennis players
from the Capital City will be aboard
of her. Sixteen men are expected.
Mr. Arthur 1). Gordon of the rail
road office went to Hawaii on the
"Maunu Kea'' late last Saturday
night. He will spend a part of his
vacation at the Volcano.
Mrs. E. J. Walker and children
went up to the II. C. & S- Co's rest
house in Makawao the lirst of the
week. They are planning to stay
there until the early part of Sept.
Mr. Weymouth Roberts of Wai
luku is now employed in the en
gineer's odice of the railroad.
The executive- committee- of the
Union Church held their regular
monthly meeting at the Parsonage
Editor and Vlanager
AUGUST 17, 1912
Miss Rachel Brewer of Boston,
Mass. arrived on the "Mauna Kea"
from Hawaii late last evening and
will visit at the Parsonage for a few
Fukunaga, the absconding order
clerk of the Japanese Mercantile Co.
is now known to have taken passage
in the "Shinyo Maru" for Japan
last week, lie owes a total sum of
about $1,000, of which nUmt $1,100
is "tanainoshi" money, $100 the
amount taken from a local Japanese
and $150 money collected from store
debts, but not turned over to the
The New Theatre is now complet
ed and has been painted in brown
and green the colors used on the
railroad station. Its interior has
been painted a light blue with buff
trimmings. The seating capacity is
seven hundred, of which the gallery
can hold two hundred and fifty and
the main floor four hundred and
fifty. The opening night will be
A small cottage is being built in
the yard of the Parsonage. It will
le occupied by Miss Holt, the Kin
dergarten teacher, who is expected
on the 'Lurline" on Aug. 31st.
Notice is liereWy given that under the
provisions of Chnptcr 2-S of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, amended by Act 65 of
the Session Laws of 1905 and Act 4 of
the Session Laws of 1917, public hear
ings will be held by the Governor of the
Territory and the Hoard of Commission
ers of Agriculture and l'orcstry on Mon
day, the 26th clay of August, A. 1). 191a,
at 10 o'clock A. M., in the office of the
Hoard of Commissioners of Agriculture
and Eorestry, Government Nursery,
King Street, in the City and County of
Honolulu, to consider the defining of
the limits and the setting apart as forest
reserves of certain government and other
lands, more particularly:
(1) In the Districts of Kula and IIo
nuaula, Island and County of Maui, area
C 2) On the Island of Molokai, County
of Maui, area 44,674 acres;
(3) In the District of Waiauae, City
and County of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
area 396 acres, being an addition to
Waianae-kai Forest Reserve.
Maps and descriptions of the said
lands proposed to be set apart as forest
reserves are on file in the office of the
Superintendent of Forestry, in Honolulu,
where they are open to the inspection of
At the said time and place all persons
who so desire will be given full oppor
tunity to be heard upon the subject mat
ter of this notice and to present evidence
and arguments in person, by proxy, or
by letter, either FOR or AGAINST the
setting apart of the said lauds as forest
W. F. FRF.AR,
Governor of Hawaii,
The Capitol, Honolulu, Aug. 7, 1912.
IN THIS CIRCUIT COURT OE THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Guardianship of
Guardiau's petition to sell real esiate.
Order to show cause on Guardian's
Application to sell Real Kstate.
On reading the following petition of
John W. Kalua, as guardian of the
person and property of Hezekiah Manase
of Wailuku, praying for an order of sale
of certain rea'. property belonging to said
ward, to wit:
I. All of that certain piece and parcel
ot laud (being taro laud ami house lui)
situate in KapaaUm, Wailuku, Inland ail
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
more particularly described in and cov
ered by deed from K miehaai.-iia V to
W. P. Kahale of date Sept. 12, 1S57, and
of record in the office of the Reaistr'ir ol
Conveyances in Honolulu, in lii er o,
payes 536 7, containing live acres inure or
2. Those two pieces of land situate in
Kapaaloa, Wailuku, Island and County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, beini; pa-
Da 5 containing two-filths of an acre, and
apana 6, containing one acre, being por
tions of land described in ami covered
by Royal Patent 7433, Land Commission
Award 7742, to W. P. Kahale, an 1
3. That certain piece and parcel of
land situate i.i Paukukalo. Wailuku,
Island aud County 01 Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, beiug portion of Royal Patent
7433, Land Commission Award 7742, to
Kahale, containing one and three-fifth
acres, and being the same piece of land
leased by W. O. Smith as Executor of
the estate of W. P. Kahale to Ah Foo, on
May 9, 189S.
4. All of the right, title aud interest of
said Hezekiah Manase in aud to the laud
covered by and described in Royal Pa
tent 6268, Land Commission Award 33S9,
to Pinao, situate iu Kapaaloa, Wailuku,
Island and County of Maui, Territory of
And alleging that it is necessary to sell
said real property for the purpose of
a. Paying the claims and demands
outstanding against said ward; and the
expenses incurred iu connection with
b. Expending approximately Five
Hundred Dollars in the construction of a
cottage for the ward; and
c. Investing the balance for the sup
port aud maintenance of said ward.
It is therefore ordered that said ward,
and all other persons interested in said
estate, appear before this court on Wed
nesday, the 18U1 day of September, 19(2,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the court room of
this Court in Wailuku. County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, Jien and there to
show cause why an order and license
should not be granted for the sale of real
estate for the purixses uamed.
And it is further ordered that notice of
this order be published iu the "Maui
News." a liewsnaoer of Kent-mi rirriila
tiou on the Island of Maui, for a period
ot once a week lor each ot three succes
Dated at Wailuku this 5th day ot Aug,
(Sd) S. B. KINGSIiURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
oud Judicial Circuit, Territoryof Hawaii.
Attest: (Sd) EDMUND 11. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Cir
Aug. io, 17, 24, 31, 1912.
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IN THK CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, COUNTY OF
MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of TAM
NOTICE TO CKJ.DITOWS. j
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having, it Claiming to have claims'
against the lv-t ite of Tain Sing, 'ate of
Makawao, Maui, f. II., to present their .
claims iig iinsi the said decedent, duly
authenticated, and w ith proper vouchers,
if any exist, to the undersigned, either i
at his residence or at his place of busi-1
ikss nl the I'nldwiu National Hu k, ut
Kahului, Maui, T. II.. within six months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or within six months from the
dale they iall due, or be lorever barred.
Dated ol iirst publication, August 17th,
A. Ml TING,
Estate of Tarn
Slug, 1 ei eased.
E. R. KEVINS,
Attorney for Administrator.
IN TII1C CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of JOSH i
FERNANDEZ, late ol Kula, Maui, De-
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Antone Fernandez, a son of said de
ceased, alleging that Jose Fernandez, of
Kula, Maui died intestate at Kula,
Maul, on the day of May, A. D. 1912,
leaving property in the Territory of Ha.
wan necessary to ne administered upon,
and praying that Letters of Administra
tion issue to him, said Petitioner.
It is Oi dered, that Monday, the 16th
dav of September, A. D. 1912, at 10
o'clock A. M., be aud hereby is apoiut-
ed for hearing sanl Petition 111 the Court
Room of this Court at ailuku, Maui, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition should
not be crantcu, and that notice of tins
order shall be published once a week for
three successive, weeks 111 the Maui
Nkws, a weekly newspaper printed and
published iu Wailuku, Maui.
Dated August 3, 1912.
(Sd.) S. n. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the 2nd Circuit.
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31, 1913.
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that for many years have had a
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now voted to merge that club with
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